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04/17/69
Washington University - St. Louis, MO

Set 1:
Morning Dew
Good Morning Little School Girl
Dark Star
St. Stephen
It's A Sin
St. Stephen
The Eleven
Turn On Your Love Light
Cryptical Envelopment
Drums
The Other One
Cryptical Envelopment
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)

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Comments:

Just got this show downloaded. Very awesome early on Dark Star; Jerry shines!
-Dew


Morning Dew-Very powerful version.
It's a Sin-9th/13th time played
Eleven-short but with full lyrics
T01-Rough and ready at the start
Lovelight-get your hands out of your pockets


-Perrinswolf (04/19/2007)


"we have a lost black dog here if anyone is looking, also the band would appreciate any lemonades or cokes, it's very hot up here..."
-Brianmerrilyn (06/19/2007)


"This is tornado weather" by Bobby before Crypitcal.
-Verndoan369 (06/28/2007)


there should be a hard to handle before morning dew
-Anonymous (02/27/2009)


Possibly the finest rendition of The Other Ones i've ever heard. But the version I got off Furthur.net did have Hard to Handle as the opener.
- (08/24/2010)


Amazing '69 - I don't know if this DL series is worth the steep price, but it certainly delivers the goods - Jer is on some crazy slide guitar for Hard to Handle, Dark Star is gorgeous, and check the long, long Cryptical Castle and such...It's a Sin as the "bucket" bridge in St. Stephen is such a sublime move.
- (04/06/2014)


I was at this show along with 3 members of a band I was in.
The concert was on an outdoor stage on the university quadrangle.
We were in the orchestra pit directly in front of the Dead along with the soundboard & their well known soundman who had to get up on the stage several times and the only way he could do it was for my band's singer to get down on all fours and the soundman to use him as a ladder up.
Another excellent concert, 3rd or 4th time I had seen them both in St. Louis and Chicago.
After the show we climbed up on the stage where the Dead were still milling around.
I got some great up close pics of all the band members, including one where I got Bob Weir to hold a rose someone had given him in his mouth & one of Pigpen giving me a sly smile after I had asked him to take off his cowboy hat and he'd replied, "don't take my hat off for nobody", and one of that famous soundman on the stage. Still have the pics.
Just before the Dead started playing I bought 2 posters of the show.
I was gonna buy them after the show but the dude selling them said he only had a few a was sure they'd be gone before the show was over.
Just a couple years ago I was searching the net for info on the show and discovered there were only 20 of those hand silk screened posters printed by a student in the university art dept.
For many years they'd hung on my walls (pinholes now in the corners), but I've now framed them as they are likely the rarest of Dead concert posters.
- (03/26/2020)


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Band Configuration
(11/23/68 - 01/24/70)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan
Keyboard: Tom Constanten
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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